Dutch translation of the German Rosicrucian manuscript Ara Foederis Theraphici F.X.R., 1616. Translation Ruud Muschter, the Netherlands. Topics: Rozekruisers, Rosenkreutzer, Rosicrucian, Rose-Croix, Ruud Muschter
""English summary: The interpretation of Dutch Jewish Council Records The main question in this thesis is: how do we interpret historical documents if we do not know the exact context in which they were created? It is a basic question for researchers and it will be all the more important in the digital age if we want to secure digital sustainability. The problem is demonstrated from the example of the Jewish Council Records that are part of the Information Bureau archives, at the Red... Topic: Holocaust Archival Science Information Age WW II Jewish council Judenrat
Dutch translation of the German manuscript 'Ausführlicher und unpartheyischer Bericht'. It is the relation of the Battle of Vigo, in which the English and Dutch warships raided the Spanish silver fleet and the accompanying Spanish and French warships. Translation Ruud Muschter, the Netherlands. Topics: Battle of Vigo, Slag bij Vigo, Battle of Rande, Slag bij Rande, silver fleet, zilvervloot, Ruud...
The legal ruling in the Netherlands against Acer, regarding the "blank media tax" as home-copying offset.Het vonnis in de zaak tegen Acer met betrekking tot de thuiskopieheffing. Topics: court ruling, acer, thuiskopieheffing, blank media tax
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Monthly newsletter for the Regional Security Advisory Command-Central (RSAC-C, Task Force Phoenix, advising the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police (ANP) in the 201st Corps. Topics: Afghanistan, advisor, OEF, ANA, ANP, 201st Corps, Phoenix, Kabul
The books of Ezekiel and Daniel are rich in imagery taken up afresh in the New Testament. Echoes of Ezekiel--with its words of doom and promises of hope, the vision of a new temple and its scroll-eating prophet--are especially apparent in the book of Revelation. Daniel was one of the chosen young Jews who were taken into captivity by Nebuchadnezzar to be trained in Babylon. In the second year of the king’s reign, he had some disturbing dreams. None of his wise men could provide an... Topics: Bible School, Evangelism, Theology, House churches
Along serious theological scholars of the past and today , biblical prophets were mainly speaking to and writing for the people of their own time. They were challenging people of their own world, especially their political rulers, to remain faithful to God's commandments and/or to repent and turn back to God if they had strayed. They were conveying messages from God, who had called or commissioned them, rather than speaking on their own initiative or authority. One of the greatest proofs that... Topics: Bible School, Evangelis, Theology, House churches
Presenting here Berea Bible Handbook, Part Seven commenting on the Books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. The two Bible books are commented by Arno C.Gaebelein (1861-1945), from the Public Domain. The manuscript gives a lot of Prophetic information prophesied in Jeremiah and even Lamentations in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New Testament in the Person of Jesus Christ. It includes also unfulfilled prophesies around the end of times. Arno C. Gaebelein too, Gaebelein never doubted the... Topics: Bible School, Evangelism, Theology, House churches
Berea Bible handbook – Part Ten comments on the Gospels of Matthew and Mark as part of study courses for students preparing themselves to the lay-ministry among house churches. All four Gospels are anonymous in the sense that none includes the author's name. The traditional names - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - did not become associated with these writings until the second century. In the early centuries of Christianity, our four Gospels coexisted with a number of other Christian writings,... Topics: Bible School, Evangelism, Theology, House churches
RIETSTAP, J.B. 1890. De wapens van den tegenwoordigen en den vroegeren Nederlandschen Adel. J.B.Wolters, Groningen. discription of family crests of the Dutch aristocracy Topics: RIETSTAP, heraldiek, heraldry, family crests, wapen, wappen, genealogie, genealogy, aristocracy,...
Dutch Propaganda Pamphlet Putten Razzia Thanks To Swiss Swedish Red Cross - The Pamphlet fails to mention the reasons for the reprisal at Putten: An attack on German soldiers by Dutch partisans. As reprisal the village was razed to the ground and the male population was deported to Germany. Topics: Nederland, Dutch, Propaganda, Pamphlet, Putten, Holland, bezetting, Occupation, Partisans,...